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Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

Honors the best research projects produced each year by Temple University undergraduates.

2017-2018 Winners

Read the full text of winning entries in our Digital Collections.
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in the Humanities
“Blond or Blonde? Frank Ocean and Identity Construction”
by Kerri Rafferty
Faculty advisor: Shana Goldin-Perschbacher
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in the Social Sciences
“Gender Quotas as Strategy: Exploring the Relationship Among International Perceptions of Democracy, Transnational Influence, and Female Representation in Sub-Saharan Africa”
by Paige Hill
Faculty advisor: Sarah Sunn Bush
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in the STEM disciplines
“(Z)-Selective Isomerization of Terminal Alkenes using an air-stable Mo(0) Complex”
by Owen Glaze
Faculty advisor: Graham Dobereiner
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in Creative Works and Media Production
“Monumental Change”
by Jacob Segelbaum and Brooke de Zutter
Faculty advisor: Kristine Weatherston
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award for General Education Courses
“Protesting the Internment of Japanese Americans: Dissent as a Duty of Citizenship”
by Anna Manogue
Faculty advisor: Ralph Young
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in Sustainability and the Environment
“Choosing Permeable Pavement Design to Maximize Stormwater Management Capabilities”
by Elizabeth Shaloka
Faculty advisor: Joseph Danowsky